Australian Bureau of Statistics
7123.2.55.001 - Agricultural State Profile, Victoria, 2004-05
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In 2004-05, Victoria produced more tomatoes than any other state. In 2004-05, Victorian farmers produced 237,000 tonnes of tomatoes, ahead of Queensland (85,800 tonnes) and New South Wales (76,100 tonnes).
TOMATOES, Victoria, year ended 30 June
Sources: Agriculture, Australia (cat. no. 7113.0) and Agricultural Commodities, Australia (cat. no. 7121.0).
In 2004-05, 76% of all tomatoes produced in Victoria came from the Goulburn Statistical Division (179,000 tonnes) and 14% came from the Loddon Statistical Division (32,500 tonnes).
TOMATOES, PRODUCTION, 2004-05
^ data subject to sampling variability between 10% and 25%
* data subject to sampling variability between 25% and 50%
** data subject to sampling variability greater than 50% and is considered too unreliable for general use
Source: Unpublished ABS data available on request, 2005 Agricultural Survey.
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